Highest protein foods
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This high-protein vegetables chart ranks veggies from highest to lowest protein so you can see how vegetables can help you meet your protein goals.
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If you're following a vegetarian diet, try these meatless and plant-based options to get your protein.
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What are the best high-protein fruits and high-protein vegetables? ✅ SEE ALL THE CHARTS: https://www.ditchthecarbs.com/high-protein-vegetables-and-fruit-protein-charts/ These protein charts for fruits and vegetables will show you exactly which have the highest protein and 14 delicious recipes to use them.
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The current daily value (DV) for protein is 50 grams per day and is meant as a general goal for most people. 1 cup of fruit can provide between 1-10% of the DV for protein. High protein fruits include guavas, avocados, apricots, kiwifruit, blackberries, oranges, bananas, cantaloupe, raspberries, and peaches.
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Protein is a macronutrient, which means it’s one of the three main nutrients your body needs to function properly. You get protein from meats, dairy products, and legumes such as beans and lentils.
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